Some of Randy Rhoads' stolen items have been recovered

Several items belonging to legendary OZZY OSBOURNE guitarist Randy Rhoads and his family were recovered over the weekend after being stolen from Musonia School Of Music in North Hollywood, which was founded more than 70 years ago by Randy's mother, Delores.

Local resident spotted a guitar and photos in a dumpster as she was walking her dog early Sunday morning.

The first electric guitar Randy ever played, a Harmony Rocket from 1963, and two horns that belonged to his late mother were stolen during the Thanksgiving night burglary and are still missing.

A few days after the theft, Ozzy personally offered a $25,000 reward for the return of his late bandmate's guitars.

Randy Rhoads learned how to play guitar at Musonia. After his passing, Musonia now serves a dual role as a music school and the Randy Rhoads museum.

Rhoads was killed when the small plane he was a passenger aboard crashed into Ozzy’s tourbus on March 19, 1982. He was 25 years old.

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